Summer Moments - Avoca Beach Picture Theatre

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Summer Moments is our 16 page magazine that we publish annually to let our patrons and potential patrons know about the great events that we have coming up at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre through summer. Please share this magazine with your friends so they might be able to come along to our French or Italian night, our surf or pop culture night, or many other great events.

Text of Summer Moments - Avoca Beach Picture Theatre

  • Souvenir Program

    Cultural Events International Nights Great Films

    Best Regional Independent Cinema Australia

    Phone: 4382 1777 69 Avoca Drive, Avoca Beach

    2014

  • Avoca Beach Picture Theatre began in 1948 in the front gardens of brothers Mervyn and Norman Hunter to raise funds to build the Avoca Beach rock pool and continued as a very welcome part of community life.

    Projecting through a hole made in Normans garage wall onto a homemade screen, people brought cushions to soften the wooden benches. The candybar was under Mervyns home and when it rained, everyone tumbled onto the verandah for shelter to continue watching the film!

    At a time when so many suburbs had their own cinema - 27 cinemas on the Coast - the brothers decided that a multi purpose permanent structure was needed, and the Theatre was built. It included not only the 500 seat cinema but also a Commonwealth Bank and a real estate office. The Theatre operated on Saturdays and during the school holidays, never being open on a Sunday as it was used to hold both Catholic and

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    WIN!

    Win one of five $100 vouchers to spend at the Theatre or at

    Beths Emporium.

    Simply fill in the entry form when you purchase your tickets and

    be in the draw to win!

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    Presbyterian services. The Theatre adapted as times required, with the inclusion of a souvenir and gift shop from the 60s and a caf from the early 80s, which continue to this day.

    Avoca Beach Picture Theatre is still owned and run by the same family who arrived in Avoca in 1932. Under the care of Norman and Beth Hunter, the Theatre has partnered with the community to raise over $2 million for charity in the past 7 years and has been recognised with 4 prestigious National Awards for Best Regional Cinema in Australia and additionally has been awarded Regional and State Tourism Awards for excellence.

    Making Happy Memories for 65 Years

    WelcomeWelcome to Summer Moments, our souvenir booklet covering the colourful events happening at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre these summer holidays.

    From world renown live performers, the best of the new release films, international evenings including French, Italian, Spanish and our new Jewish evenings, cultural evenings, family fun days and surf films. Incredible cultural events with operas from the New York Met, ballets from the Bolshoi and live stage shows on screen from Londons National Theatre and Shakespeares Globe Theatre, the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre brings life affirming films and events to the Central Coast.

    Its all happening at Avoca Beach this summer - and you are very welcome!

  • French Night Friday 27th December at 7:30pm $26.50 Allocated Seats

    Beginning with canaps and bubbly served by candlelight under the stars, then into the Theatre to be amazed by the international performer French mime Leo Bonne, whose comedic antics will have you in stitches!

    Our French film is one of love, with a good dollop of French comedic timing! FLY ME TO THE MOON is a French love story with a very funny twist! Diane Kruger is trying too hard to get Danny Boone, one of Frances most successful comic actors, to fall in love with her. But why? And what will be the outcome? Great performances make for a lively evening for your enjoyment.

    Trivia questions will be rewarded with prizes from French restaurant Lisle de France.

    AVOCA BEACH PICTURE THEATRE

    CAFE

    ABPT CAFE

    On a lazy summer day, sit under the shady umbrellas in Avoca Beach Picture Theatre

    garden and enjoy fare from our caf

    With locally wood fired, freshly roasted coffee, a huge selection of teas, great wines,

    beers and bubblies as well as something sweet to nibble on, our cafe is a peaceful

    place to enjoy the moment

    Lisle de FranceFrench Restaurant

    1/150 Terrigal Dr, TerrigalReservations: 4382 8600

    lisledefrance.com.au

  • Starts Thur 26th Dec

    FILMS TO ENTERTAIN, TO PONDER, TO INSPIRE

    Starts Thur 12th Dec

    Starts Thur 9th Jan Starts Thur 30th Jan

  • Starts Thur 9th JanStarts Thur 26th Dec

    Starts Thur 6th Feb Starts Thur 13th Feb

  • Australias darling of the flute, Jane Rutter, will transport us to Paris in an intimate performance, sharing personal anecdotes and delicious French music and poetry from La Belle poque to the present day in her show French Kiss: An Australian in Paris.

    Internationally acclaimed free spirit classical flautist, Jane captures the depth of sensuality with her flute. Renowned for her classical, multi-media and cabaret performances, she has taken classical music to places previously unheard of, with the consequence the name Jane Rutter is associated with the best flute music around the world.

    When Jane Rutter plays not only is it beautiful flute music - every person listening feels truly embraced. Her flute declares itself in a sensual, passionate statement; her musical instrument becomes a fully expressive voice, ranging from haunting, meditative to uplifting and joyous.

    Jane is accompanied by brilliant pianist Vincent Colagiuri who is widely known as a conductor and piano soloist. He has performed in many major musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, Showboat, Les Misrables, Annie, Oliver, Mamma Mia, Lion King and the list continues.

    French Kiss: An Australian in Paris

    Early Bird Tickets: $39.50

    Australias favourite flautist

    Friday 3rd January at 7:30pm

  • Tuesday 7th Jan at 7:45pm*Souvenir program included

    $25Adults $23Seniors

    Tickets:

    Back by Audience Demand

    French Kiss: An Australian in Paris

    Early Bird Tickets: $39.50

    Australias favourite flautist

    Friday 3rd January at 7:30pm

  • Italian NightFriday 10th January at 7:30pm$26.50 Allocated Seats

    Enjoy tasty Italian finger food and drinks on the lawn before lavish Italian entertainment from Graziano Ferreri who has performed alongside artists Marcia Hines, Renee Geyer, Leo Sayer and many more. Graziano touches the hearts with his passion, smooth voice and vocal diversity, transporting us to the sunny shores of Italy.

    Then we have a hilarious perspective on family, love and relationships in the Italian Festival favourite WOMEN DRIVE ME CRAZY, in which the long-suffering Andrea tries to hide his family of seven overbearing women in order to win the heart of the lovely Giulia. Awkward situations and ridiculous moments collide without respite in this riotous romp of one man battling the formidable women in his life.

  • Family Fun DayWednesday 15th January at 11am$12.50 single - $40 Family of four

    A day full of fun where little munchkins explore their creative side with plaster painting, craft and jumping castles! For the grown-ups coffee, cake and some much deserved R & R.

    Top this off with the wow and wonder of Lewis the Magician on stage. His interactive show is crafted to build anticipation and awe, leaving the children surprised and curious - just how did that magic happen?

    Then be taken to another time and place with the beautiful childrens classic THE PRINCESS BRIDE, a story of love and adventure, cherished by boys and girls across generations. This beloved classic fairytale begins with a grandfather reading his favorite book The Princess Bride to his hard-to-impress grandson, and ends with the grandson asking him to read it again! Adults love it too!

    Jewish NightThursday 16th January at 7:30pm - $26.50

    This is our very first Jewish Night - one full of laughs with a very Jewish flavour of fun! Following Jewish nibbles, we will delight in the vibrant Jewish performer Miriam Waks who sings in 14 languages and performs around the world. She will be singing famous Jewish songs accompanied by our grand piano.

    Our film for the night is the comedy HUNTING ELEPHANTS, a box office hit in Israel and full of laughs about some old men who plan to rob a bank! Patrick Stewart nearly steals the show with his pompous, aristocratic thespian Whats my motivation? he asks as theyre plotting the bank heist, and You promised me a monologue! Some of his scenes from Hunting Elephants have become youtube hits and you will certainly see why on the night!

    Jewish

    Night

    69 Avoca Drive Avoca Beach - Phone: 4382 1777

    Vibrant Vocal Duo With

    Miriam WaksThe Hilarious Heist Movie

    Hunting Elephants

    Thursday 16th Januaryfrom 7:30pm - Only $26.50

    Jewish Finger Foodand Wine

  • Simon TedeschiKevin Hunt& I want toplay like Him

    Sunday January 19th at 7:30pm Tickets: $35

    Simon Tedeschi & Kevin Hunt are back at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre by audience demand - two amazing pianists on our two beautiful concert grand pianos. Theyve been performing together to great acclaim, transcending genre, stirring classical, swing and jazz into an exciting mix with music from Bach to Duke Ellington with classical and jazz greats such as Shostakovich, Debussy, Fats Waller, Brubeck and Oscar Peterson. Simon is the master of Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue which, with maestros Simon and Kevin performing

    together, is t